|1. The Hell Song|
|2. Over My Head (Better Off Dead)|
|3. My Direction|
|4. Still Waiting|
|6. No Brains|
|7. All Messed Up|
|8. Mr. Amsterdam|
|9. Thanks For Nothing|
|11. Billy Spleen|
No doubt the first single off the album, "Still Waiting", is one of the most political on the album. "What have we done/with a war that can't be won...", is just one of the many political backlashes featured on this track. Tracks like the more uplifting (or maybe not), "My Direction" make a very factual point about teenage suicide being one of the biggest causes of death in Canada and the United States while still keeping it closer to personal life ("i just know that life's not so bad.."). Some of the most addictive tracks on the album, however, are the all out rock tracks like "Over My Head (Better Off Dead" (i really hope this is the next single) and "No Brains" (this site has it listed as "Yesterday.com"). "The Hell Song" isn't as addictive as others but still brings the new rock formula to carry out a good track.
Though some of the harder rock tracks are very nice, some of the still punk/pop kind of tracks also fit in nicely ("All Messed Up", for instance).Read more ›
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